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Carson v. Willitts (1930), 65 Ont. L.R. 456


Contract entered into to bore 3 wells. D bore 1, then refused to continue


What is the value, is any, the defendant has lost, and how do we determine what damages P is owed?


Even if the assessment of damages is difficult, the plaintiff is still entitled to damages.


The assessment is difficult because of the nature of the damages proved


The difficulty of assessment is no ground for refusing substantial damages - P entitled to damages

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